📬I received my early ballot this weekend, and for the first time, I saw my name on the Official Ballot for the General Election, and I cannot lie, the feeling is indescribable. I think it's a mix of joy, excitement, anticipation, but most of all gratitude to all of you for your support on the campaign, to the people that have taught me as I explored more and more about our city and its politics, and most of all to my family who have been my rock through this whole campaign.
Yesterday I attended both the quarterly Transportation Advisory Committee (TAC) and the Sierra Vista Metropolitan Planning Organization (SVMPO) meetings.
At the TAC meeting, Mike Normand, the city's Public Works Transportation Administrator, went over some changes and possible changes with the VistaTransit system. He started with sharing information about the Fare Policy. Federal Transit Administration (FTA) requires discounted fares for elderly and disabled to be half t
I love how much our citizens give back to the community! Learning about all the different non-profits and groups in and around Sierra Vista has been one of my favorite parts about running. 😊Today I got to attend three events that highlighted the spirit of generosity in our city. First was the Cochise Celebrates Giving event. This ceremony was held so the Arizona Community Foundation of Cochise and the Legacy Foundation of Southeast Arizona could award over $100,000 in grant